Tells of the start and growth of Alcoholics Anonymous in Australia (1942 thru 1999).
Trace the history of Alcoholics Anonymous through the news and views of members over the years. Every "AA Grapevine" magazine article since the first issue. [Subscription]
Complete text of several articles in religious magazines. From the History Lovers archive. ["Next" "Previous" scrolls more]
"An Interpretation of the Twelve Steps" is a historic pamphlet used in early Alcoholics Anonymous. Steps are arranged in four topics of Admission, Spiritual Phase, Inventory and Restitution, and Active Work.
Historic pamphlet given to newcomers in the early days of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Development of spiritual aspects of the A.A. program. Consists of articles and resource material formatted for easy printing.
One writer's view of the Twelve Steps and their relation to Bible verses such as in James, Matthew 5-7 (Sermon on the Mount), and 1 Corinthians 13.
Photograph of the tombstone which is quoted on Page 1 of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
A 1951 article by Sister Ignatia about how she and Dr Bob and other A.A. members worked together at St Thomas Hospital in Akron, Ohio. One ward was dedicated to the work of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Several articles about Alcoholics Anonymous history collected by the Midland (Michigan) Intergroup.